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Are you a S. California apartment manager, a multifamily investor, a contractor, or a real estate broker who needs something to close the deal now? See Us!
We’ve just submitted our brand-new trade publication advertisement for October!
These specials include our BEST prices for our BEST customers on top-mount refrigerators, gas and electric stoves and ranges, dishwashers, window and wall air conditioners, solid-sided apartment replacement air conditioners, cooktops and wall ovens!
For our local customers, with properties within Southern California, if you’d like an advance copy NOW,
email us your name, your company’s name, and your property locations!
Again, these are our BEST prices for our BEST customers! For the first time ever, you can get them more than a month in advance.
So email us with your request, and we’ll send you the link!
Samsung Vivace Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump Goes Beyond Green!
In addition to the incredibly high SEER rating of 19.0, the Samsung Vivace (AQV12VBCN) air conditioner brings style, sophistication, and elegance into the interior
design of your home. It also boasts a wide array of technological features that help you and your family live a healthy life by providing clean, fresh air that’s virtually free of harmful elements!
The Vivace has features that enhance life…
-Micro Plasma Ion (MPI)
The MPI improves indoor air quality (IAQ) by eliminating biological contaminants that threaten your health such as viruses, bacteria, molds, and allergy causing agents.
-Multi-Step Air Purifying System
The Samsung Multi-Step Air Purifying removes virtually all elements that are harmful to people by using various filters. At the same time, the system also keeps the interior of the air conditioner ultra-clean, so only ultra-fresh air is produced.
-Good Sleep Mode 2
Does this sound familiar: You sleep with the air conditioner turned off and it gets too hot. You sleep with the air conditioner on, it gets too cold. How do you stay comfortable? With Samsung’s Good Sleep II, the room temperature automatically adjusts to your body temperature so you remain comfortable during your sleep. It can even save you up to 36% in energy costs.
Save, save, and save with Samsung’s Smart Inverter. When reducing energy costs with an air conditioner, an inverter is a must. Samsung’s S-Inverter technology lower energy consumption by up to 50% compared to a conventional air conditioner. Its powerful and delicate features allow you to reach the desired temperature so there’s less fluctuation and less motor
run-time, which translates to a quieter system and less wasted energy.
-Waterfall Heating Air Flow
The new Samsung air conditioners feature a wide-angle vane system. In conventional models, the indoor unit’s vane could only open up to 70 degrees, which made it difficult to direct heated air to the lower spaces of a
room. The wide-angle vane system can open the vanes to an angle of 90 degrees. You can control airflow direction vertically and horizontally, providing even distribution of air to anywhere in the room.
The Auto Changeover option automatically selects the operating mode (cooling or heating) according to the temperature setting. Thus, when a temperature is selected in the auto mode, the air conditioner heats and cools as required maintaining the set temperature.
-Energy-Efficient and Quiet Fan
-Improved Low Temperature Operation
-Outdoor Installation Pipe
-1-Touch Hanger Plate
-Easy To Handle For Transporting or Handling
-Water Leakage Double Protection
Please contact Feder’s Distributors and speak to any sales representative to answer any questions you may have about this incredible product and its features!
Or CLICK HERE to purchase right now.
**UPDATED May 27, 2009**
Now available in 18,000 BTU (17.0 SEER) and 24,000 BTU (15.5)! Check our website for pricing and to purchase!
How To Install A Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioner Heat Pump
Great video on how to install a ductless mini-split heat pump…
US HVAC Equipment Demand to Reach $16.8 Billion in 2011
Demand in the US for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment is forecast to increase 3.2 percent per year to $16.8 billion in 2011. Advances will be primarily driven by strong gains in new nonresidential construction, along with ongoing growth in the residential replacement market. Although gains will be restrained by declines in new single unit housing completions between 2006 and 2011, nearly three-quarters of HVAC demand is attributable to replacements. These and other trends, including company profiles and market share are presented in “HVAC Equipment,” a new study from The Freedonia Group, Inc., a Cleveland-based industry market research firm.
In 2006, heat pumps surpassed warm air furnaces to account for the largest share of heating equipment demand and will account for 47 percent in 2011. Heat pumps are expected to post the strongest gains through 2011. Heat pump demand benefits from the ability of these units to provide efficient heating and cooling in moderate climates and to serve as a low cost supplementary heat source in colder climates. While warm air furnaces will continue to account for the second largest share of heating equipment sales through 2011, this segment is expected to lose market share over the period. Sales will be supported by their relatively low initial cost.
Unitary air conditioners will remain the largest segment in the cooling equipment industry, accounting for more than 70 percent of total demand in 2011. Absorptive liquid chilling systems are expected to post the strongest gains through 2011 as industrial and commercial construction rebounds over the forecast period. Packaged terminal air conditioner sales will achieve above average gains because of a rebound in lodging construction expenditures. Room air conditioners will also post above average sales as quieter and more efficient units become available.
Stainless Steel v. White Appliances
Emiril and Wolfgang popularized big, bulky, professional-style stainless-steel. Viewers want what the pros have.
Now, according to Domino Magazine, the new stainless steel is… well… white.